On The Ground

Make work Meaningful

Keeping people motivated to want to come to work is critical. Below are Seven deadly sins of Meaninglessness – things we do as leaders that may demotivate our people Disconnect people from their values Take workers for granted Give people …

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Building and adapting skills

According to a Mercer survey of 2020, 99% of organisations say they want to embark on transformation, and almost all reporting significant skills gaps in their people with reskilling as the top talent investment capable of driving business success. Workforce …

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Why use a Coach?

Many people and their company‚Äôs struggle with the successful concept of professional workplace coaches. Yet it is companies that engage a workplace coaching program that accelerate business growth and the development of their people. So why should we engage a …

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The Good Shepherd

Being a leader is like being a shepherd to a flock of sheep. The primary responsibility of a shepherd is the safety and welfare of the flock. To guide the sheep to feed, protect the sheep from harm and to …

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Get back to it

Covid-19 proved to most of us that we are flexible and can respond in a split second to making significant change and do it well to save the company and its human assets. Companies transitioned to having their people working …

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Dealing with Change

Jim Hemerling from the Boston Consulting Group shares his thoughts on leading in an era of constant change. One of his points is to not impose change on your people Some of his key findings about the leaders includes the …

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Mental Health Rep

When safety became the focus of all industry, we implemented the Occupational health, safety and environment representatives. Companies invested heavily into the education of these people to ensure they were well equipped to ensure the workplace risks were reduced and …

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Top tips for communicating in a crisis

A good leader would know that communication during a crisis is critical. They communicate with urgency, transparency, and empathy, it helps people adjust to the constantly changing conditions crises bring. A tone of urgency encourages people to make quick decisions …

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